Comfort Inn & Suites

5640 Kitsap Way, (formerly Howard Johnson Plaza), Bremerton, Washington, 98312, United States
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Forum Posts

Touring / Photographing Naval Ships

by rmdw

Just wondering if anyone has taken the ferry from Seattle over to Bremerton to view the various navy ships there?

Is this at all possible? worth the trip?


Re: Touring / Photographing Naval Ships

by bocmaxima

I've been to Bremerton a few times. I don't think that you can actually go into the naval base, as there's a gate, but I've never actually tried. You can get a partial view of the ships from near the ferry terminal though, IIRC.

Travel Tips for Bremerton


by Fewf

Bremerton has several incredibly cute fountains right on the waterfront. They're built with a good amount of imagination, and they often go in patterns that, on a few occasions, almost made me laugh out loud.

Sailing Lessons

by Jonnytar

Kitsap Sailing School makes learning to sail fun and easy. Their Number is 360-551-2516 Capsizing the little boat rocked those little boats are a lot faster than they look, Driving the biger boat was fun to.

Take the Harbour Tour....

by garyb2

Take the Harbour Tour. Bremerton is linked with the Navy, and this tour shows you why and will explain the 'mothball' fleet. Riding the Washinton State Ferry and also a highlight for any visitor to Washington Friends and family...especially our new grandson

Lower Roto Vista Park

by glabah

Almost completely hidden under the Warren Avenue Bridge over the Port Washington Narrows, this small park is almost completely unknown. There are several picnic tables and benches on a grassy field beside the Port Washington Narrows, and that is about it.

To get to the park, you must go north on Elizabeth Avenue until it comes to an end. At the north end of the street there is a barrier with a gap in it, and a staircase down to a grassy field that sits on the bank of the water. There is very limited public parking near the park, and so it may be necessary to walk a few blocks to get to it.

The park is a fairly quiet and out of the way place, except for traffic noise from the bridge (which isn't too bad considering how busy the bridge is).

Please note the photo taken from the bridge near the park: once the shore goes under water, the bank slopes downward extremely steeply, and is extremely deep at this point. You can probably wade in the shallow part with some safety, but don't go very far out into Port Washington Narrows, as you will quickly run out of ground to stand on. There is also probably a very good chance of being washed into the depths if a boat goes by that is creating a large wake.

A sign near the entrane to the park says that part of the money to provide the furnishings for the park was provided by the Audubon Society.

Evergreen Park

by glabah

There are actually two parks in this complex of parks that surround a small bay that comes off of the Port Washington Narrows. There are a number of picnic areas, a small memorial, one covered picnic area, a number of fairly tall trees in the northern part of the park complex, and a fair amount of playground equipment.

A boat launch ramp leads into the Port Washington Narrows.

There are no busy streets nearby, creating a nice quiet respite from city noise at this location.

To get there from the ferry terminal, I walked north on Washington Avenue, and continued heading north on the roads that most closely followed the edge of Port Washington Narrows until I came to the park. Don't try crossing Washington Avenue, as you will only have to cross it again. This way, the only busy street you have to cross is the intersection with the Manette Bridge, and that has a traffic signal.


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Address: 5640 Kitsap Way, (formerly Howard Johnson Plaza), Bremerton, Washington, 98312, United States